Posted by Adam | Jul 08, 2011 | Comments 0
Colorado based Knag Enterprises today introduces Down with Dropbox 1.0, its new utility for iOS. Down with Dropbox serves as a download manager, then uploader that enables users to save, view, and share any downloadable video, picture, document, or music file straight from an iOS device to a Dropbox account. This functionality enables iOS users to experience working from a fully functional and more open cloud structure than iCloud.
Posted by Adam | Jun 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Montreal based Kiboomu today announces First Words Sing and Learn HD 1.1, their latest educational app for the iPad. Featuring a full kid’s music album of 18 sing-along songs, 18 puzzles and 18 coloring pages, First Words Sing and Learn HD is a great educational “stepping stone” app for early learners. Kids will learn words, letters, numbers, colors and shapes, body parts, food, days of the week, animal sounds and more.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 07, 2011 | Comments 0
Pomona, New York – Multimedia software development company, Imaginatronics, launches two new products, “The Deep Blue Kingdom” and “Smart Kids Early Learning”, for iPad users. Both products provide young children with an exciting start in early learning. The company’s new products provide children with the ability to learn through multimedia software designed specifically for use with the Apple iPad. These new products are a follow up to the successful release of the company’s first product, “An Amazing Day At The Zoo.”
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 05, 2011 | Comments 0
Pomona, New York – Today, Imaginatronics has released the first product in its Learning Infinity Suite of education apps for children. “An Amazing Day at the Zoo,” is an innovative and interactive iPad application about a young girl’s visit to the zoo. The goal of Imaginatronics is to provide cutting edge products for the early learning market. The company focuses on creating products that positively impact children by stimulating learning and development at a young age.
Posted by Press Releases | Jan 26, 2011 | Comments 0
Seattle, Washington – DistinctDev announces the cross-platform expansion for their highly-acclaimed title, The Moron Test, in the first half of 2011. iPad, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7, Intel App-Up, and Mac App Store users will be able to access the same challenging variety of hilarious content that has already been enjoyed by more than seven million users from the iTunes App Store, Android Market and Ovi Store. The Moron Test’s addictive challenges test players’ intellect and acuity as they navigate seemingly simple problems that require creative thinking to solve.
Posted by Jason | Jan 11, 2011 | Comments 0
App developers should be grinning right now as Verizon Wireless has just announced that the “iPhone 4 will be available early next month”. This means the world’s largest cell phone carrier will add millions (93M currently) of customers to Apple’s iOS database, which means it should double the profits for current developers.
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 20, 2010 | Comments 0
Plano, Texas – As an early Christmas gift for kids, the iPhone/iPad storybook app “AlphaBELCH” is being given away free between Tuesday Dec 21 and Christmas Day. The eBook, created by million-selling children’s author Stephen White, is an A-to-Z listing of comical animals who burp (with cartoon sounds), and contains a parent-pleasing lesson about manners to go along with the noisy fun. “AlphaBELCH” will return to its traditional 99 price on December 26th.
Posted by Jason | Dec 02, 2010 | Comments 63
The Holidays are coming early to Appmodo! Here’s a little rhyme below to celebrate the upcoming festivities which includes hints of what’s to come:
Posted by Press Releases | Dec 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Lviv, Ukraine – Adva-Soft announces the planned release of TouchRetouch 2.0 (beginning of December, 2010), a cutting-edge, yet increasingly popular photo-editing app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad that allows removing unwanted content from any photo easily. Giving incredible and almost magical results, TouchRetouch doesn’t cause distortions to the original image. The forthcoming version will be packed with lots of brand new features that include a clone stamp tool, a newly optimized algorithm for better image recovery performance, a re-designed user interface, a finger move hint and much more. From now on, TouchRetouch will allow you to directly share your photos with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Picasa and Flickr.
Posted by Jason | Nov 02, 2010 | Comments 1
If you are looking to find out who won this years elections, check out CNN’s Election Center app for free. The app allows you to follow the elections today for up to 15 races, includes polling information, top headlines, and the “iReport Elections Project” where you can view local polling locations.
Posted by Adam | Jun 18, 2010 | Comments 0
The first iPhone 4 camper has been found in next to the Dallas Apple store on Knox Street. This person will definitely be first in line to get his iPhone 4. This whole week it will reach about 100 degrees Fahrenheit. I think this has been the earliest camping I have ever seen for anything, but again this is the iPhone 4. The biggest leap since the original iPhone, so we are going to see a lot of more campers coming in this week.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | May 21, 2010 | Comments 0
Another sign that AT&T’s exclusivity contract is ending? AT&T has denied the claims but it seems they are preparing for the worst.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 03, 2010 | Comments 0
Raleigh, North Carolina – “iPad Programming” shows iPhone developers how to build apps specifically for the iPad that people will love to use. It’s not for beginners (for beginners, we suggest “Beginning Mac Programming”, Pragmatic Bookshelf $34.95); this book jumps right in and shows busy developers just what they need to know, just in time. The iPad, after all, is a different beast.